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PHILIPPINE LITERATURE : SPANISH COLONIAL PERIOD

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Transcript of PHILIPPINE LITERATURE : SPANISH COLONIAL PERIOD

1521
The year the spanish colonizers came with
Ferdinand Magellan.
BRIEF HISTORY
Sources:
http://lourdesbraceros.weebly.com/a-brief-history-of-philippine-literature-in-english.html

http://www.slideshare.net/MarienBe/4-literature-in-the-spanish-colonial-period?qid=b89c4a73-b628-4253-bfac-5bd89da0b110&v=default&b=&from_search=5

http://www.ncca.gov.ph/about-culture-and-arts/articles-on-c-n-a/article.php?igm=1&i=139
The Conquistadors rendered all system of writings inoperable.
(Mid-16th – late 19th century)
PHILIPPINE LITERATURE :
SPANISH COLONIAL PERIOD

Miguel Lopez De Legazpi
>The first spanish governor general.

1565
Spanish colonization in the
Philippines started
Notes on Spanish Colonization
The Spanish colonial strategy was to undermine the native oral tradition
Religion - The use of faith to substitute the existing tradition.
-STORY OF THE PASSION OF CHRIST.
-CHURCH DOCTRINES
Doctrina Christiana (1593)
-first printed book
-prayer book
Ladinos
- bilingual natives
- Published their own book with devotional poetry
Francisco de San Jose, Gaspar Aquino de Belen and Francisco Bagongbata
-spanish translators
-De Belen translated Passion of christ to tagalog.
"Mahal na Pasion ni Jesu Christo" (1704)
Introduction of Roman Alphabet
Philippine Literature and Art
during the Spanish Period:

Pasyon and Sinakulo
- religious dramas performed during the Holy Week

Narrative Poems –
Awit; Corrido
;

Komedya
– a theatrical performance which captured the ideal European lifestyle as portrayed by medieval characters
Notable Works of the Spanish Period:

May Bagyo Mat’ May Rilim (1605
) – according to literary historian, Bienvenido Lumbera, is the first printed literary work in Tagalog;

Ang Mahal na Passion ni Jesu Christo (1704) -
eventually referred to as “Pasyon,” was written by Gaspar Aquino de Belen;
Florante at Laura –
Francisco “Balagtas” Baltazar; Florante at Laura written in sublime Tagalog, is about tyranny in Albanya, but it is also perceived to be about tyranny in his Filipino homeland

Noli Me Tangere (1887) and El Filibusterismo (1891)
– Jose Rizal; works which created an impact on the national consciousness and love for one’s country against the abusive government of the Spaniards;
Prominent Writers of the Spanish Era
Francisco Balagtas


Also known As "Balagtas"

Acknowledged master of traditional Poetry

Best known for his work: Florante at Laura
Jose Rizal
Chose realistic Novel as his medium

famous for his works: El filibusterismo & Noli me Tangere
Marcelo Del Pilar & Graciano Lopez Jaena
Social Reformists

Formed the propaganda movement, and printed works that were considered submersive.
Andres Bonifacio & Emilio Jacinto
writers and social critics
Precreational Plays
• Awit-
Refers to chanting
• Cenakulo –
Dramatic perfomance of the Passion and Death of Christ
• Zarzuela-
The father of drama, a musical comedy or
meldrama thiee acts which with men”s passion and emotions like love, hate, revenge, cruelty, avarice or some political problem.
• Salubong-
The reunion of the risen Christ and His mother.



FOLK SONGS:
Leron-Leron Sinta (TAGALOG)
Pamulinawen (ILOKO)
Dandansoy(BISAYA)
Sarong Banggi (BICOL)
Atin Cu Pung Singsing(KAPAMPANGAN)
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